Nader Haitian Art Gallery is a reputable, reliable, and resourceful online art gallery specializing in selling original Haitian paintings and in appraising Haitian art. It is owned and operated by Myriam Nader-Salomon- business owner, Haitian art appraiser, and art aficionado- who has been dealing with Haitian Art for 25 years.
Our goal is honestly to guide you in your selection of fine Haitian art, and making sure to provide you the best expertise you deserve for your Haitian Art appraisals. Nader Haitian Art is committed to offering you competitive pricing without jeopardizing quality and originality of its artworks and services.
Myriam Nader-Salomon is the daughter of the famous Haitian art dealer and art promoter, Georges S. Nader, founder of the internationally renowned Galeries d'art Nader (Nader's art Galleries) and Musee d'art Nader (Nader's Art Museum) in Haiti since 1966. Myriam assisted her father in managing both art galleries downtown and in Croix Desprez and also worked closely with Mr. Gerald Alexis, who was, at that time, the museologist and art critic for Musee d'art Nader.
In 2003, Myriam Nader-Salomon opened Galerie d Art Nader, LLC in Coral Gables, Florida with her siblings, George G. Nader, Jr. and John G. Nader. Today, she is settled in NY, where she runs and operates her virtual gallery store and organizes Haitian art shows mainly in the New York State.
Since 1999, Myriam F. Nader-Salomon has been participating in many cultural activities nationally to promote Haitian art and culture. She is a strong believer in the rich culture of Haiti and has always valued the uniqueness and beauty of Haitian art. Today, she is more than ever dedicated to bringing you the best of the arts of Haiti through her site based in NY, USA. -
“You can practically call Myriam Nader-Salomon an ambassador of Haitian art in the USA, if not globally. Nader who owns an online store that is a showcase of the most exquisite pieces of Haitian art, is based in New York. Nader-Salomon has art pumping alongside the blood in her veins. It’s part of her DNA practically…” (Kreyolicious)